Persuasive Essay On Animal Testing

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Animal Testing, what is it? On the definition for animal testing is, “noun; The use of non-human animals in research and development projects, esp. for purposes of determining the safety of substances such as foods or drugs” So what does that tell us? That Animal testing is okay, and a good thing for scientific research, right? Well in some cases, using lab rats is for a good cause, to test things out and see what’s cures what, but companies such as Loreal, L’Oréal, Maybelline, Windex, off, dawn, Estée Lauder, St. Ives, Olay, glade, soft soap, any plenty more use animal testing for horrid things. They go as far as caging animals and use them for multiple tests in a row, it’s just cruel. People everyday fund these companies …show more content…

Currently there are plenty other sources that we can get to test whether you can put this on human skin we can consume this or you can use this and you know your face won't blow up People who say their animal friendly and vegan use products from L’Oréal and Maybelline in Windex all over their house and they have them it's not right and it should be stopped. We keep on finding these horrible products and it does nothing we keep on finding these horrible products and it does nothing but good. Who can look some tiny helpless animal in the face and inject some sort of make up or chemicals in them and watch them suffer? I understand completely that science is necessary and testing is necessary but this is 2017 we can use other things besides animals to test out our products.
So, you may argue, “Well what about it being necessary for tests, and what about benefits to humans it brings?” Well to begin, the FDA (food and drug administration) it’s not required to test most product on anyone or anything. Plus, most of the tests that they do on animals are different. According to the HIS (humane society international), “data shows that animal studies fail to predict real human outcomes in 50 to 99.7 percent of cases. This is mainly because other species seldom naturally suffer from the same diseases as found in humans.” ( As far as alternatives go, “Currently over 30 alternative tests have been developed. The concern over what

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